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Call for Papers for Journal of Dialogue Studies 2:2

We hope you’ll take a moment to read the post below about a great opportunity, which came from NCDD member Frances Sleap of Dialogue Society via our Submit-to-Blog Form. Do you have news you want to share with the NCDD network? Just click here to submit your news post for the NCDD Blog!

In November this blog (to the delight of its editorial team here at the Dialogue Society) announced the launch of the Journal of Dialogue Studies. The Journal aims to promote in-depth academic exploration and evaluation of the theory and practice of dialogue. We hope it will be directly useful not only to scholars and students but also to professionals and practitioners working in different contexts at various cultural interfaces. The first issue is available to download free here.

The peer review process for the second issue is now in full swing and we look forward to the publication of that issue in May. Our editorial board is growing; most lately we were proud to welcome Prof. Ronald Arnett of Duquesne University, a real authority on theories of dialogue.

We are now calling for papers for the third issue, volume 2, issue 2. We warmly invite you to consider submitting a paper if you are engaged in any academic exploration of dialogue. The theme for the issue is ‘dialogue ethics’. We want to explore ‘dialogic ethics’ as conceived by theorists like Gadamer and Freire, to delve into the ethics informing dialogue practitioners and to consider ethical pitfalls that arise in the practice of dialogue.

We also welcome any submissions falling within the general remit of the Journal. It is not too late to contribute to the critical exploration of influential dialogue theories which we have begun in volume 2, issue 1 (guidance provided for that call for papers is still online here).

The paper submission deadline is July 11th, 2014, and we expect the next issue to be published in November, 2014.

Please do have a browse of the full call for papers online: www.dialoguesociety.org/publications/academia/981-journal-of-dialogue-studies-vol-2-no-2.html.

Please email Frances Sleap at fsleap@dialoguesociety.org if you have any queries or if you or your organisation would like to subscribe to the journal.

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